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Tim Hortons view prompts building change It’s not often Tim Hortons will adjust its buildings, but with their ‘view’ at Willow Point, it was a ‘no brainer. ‘ Page 3
Riverite demolishes two long standing track records Carihi Tyees Brendan Hoff continues to shine on the track winning both the 1,500m and 3,000m races in record form at Islands. Page 17
Mae marks 100th, still going strong SIAN THOMSON COURIER-ISLANDER
Six weeks after Campbell River’s Mae Tuningley was born, Babe Ruth made his baseball debut with the Boston Red Sox. When she was two years old, sonar was invented; up until the time she was 12, movies were silent, and penicillin was invented the year she turned 14. This past Saturday, over 100 of Mae’s closest friends, relatives and some ‘old’ students turned out to celebrate the retired Carihi teacher’s 100th birthday at the Maritime Heritage Centre. Born the second of 11 children on May 25, 1914, Tuningley, who never married or had children, began teaching in Saskatchewan in 1935. She came to Campbell River in 1951, She built a house with the help of family and friends in 1959, the same house she lives in
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today. She taught business and commerce at Carihi until 1974, when she retired. Family and friends came from as far away as Ottawa to celebrate the centenarian, who reportedly has better hearing, vision and memory than some of her nieces and nephews. “I go for walks but not as much as I should,” said Tuningley, who has survived all 10 of her siblings. “I have to use a walker first thing in the morning when I first get up, and when I am walking on the trails, but other than that I am quite mobile.” When asked what the secret is to living 100 years, Tuningley said, “It’s pure luck and genetics.” Mae’s full story will be featured in ‘Today’s Seniors” in the Wednesday, June 4 edition of the Courier-Islander.
Mae Tuningley slices a piece of cake at her 100th birthday party Saturday in Campbell River. (Sian Thomson/COURIER-ISLANDER)
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May 21, 2014 issue of the Campbell River Courier-Islander